I had a Novasure Ablation on March 1st. I was having heavy periods with sever clotting every two weeks for the past 5 years. Although the immediate recovery for me was rough after about 10 days my bleeding went to a brownish pink discharge and almost completely went away until around 4 days ago when I started bleeding bright red again (very watery blood, pads dont work too well for it). I am due for a period right now and isn't anything like my old periods but is this normal? I am going on week 5 of post op, is this ever going to stop?
I had an endometrial ablation in June 2011. In July - 28 days later - I had a 'period' for one day. Now 6 weeks later I have been bleeding for 3 days - heavier than ever before. Does this mean that dreadful periods have not disappeared?
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